I've been hammering away at the autoactivation of Office 2010 for a couple weeks with no success. However, we believe that the benefit of the overhead with different parameter names outweighs the potential confusion caused by having the same parameter names. This includes Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010, Microsoft Project 2010, and Microsoft Visio 2010. I've placed it under Add Installations and Run Programs and the batch file itself is in the updates folder with the msp file. There is a space between ipk and the product key.
Sadly you only seem to see this when you buy parts individually. Wake the F up, Microsoft. This will allow users to activate without admin privileges. Obviously the command gets disturbed by the %ProgramFiles% environment variable. Architecture — Fabrikam sales office example Contoso, Ltd. Is there some unknown issue with 2010 that I'm missing? And that's executing as LocalSystem the default? I read somewhere that it means that I would be using 2 licenses on the same computer. Every set of command is now different although their functions remain same.
You can choose to use only one or a combination of these activation models. This batch file works fine when run manually after Office setup. Also, a reboot might cause a glitch in this process so don't force a reboot in your installation of office. There is a space after vbs in the command above. Have you tried editing the config.
Gino There is no tool currently for the Office 2010 Beta, but the final version of Office 2010 will ship with a tool called ospprearm. My users have no local admin privs. Browse other questions tagged or. There are a couple of things you could do depending on what's more important. So you can end up with no last logon data but a non-zero LogonCount this property is replicated.
There are too many options, there is apparently no right answer, there are too many options. You can easily get the error description with this command specifying the error code: cscript ospp. But it's strange since I suppose this environment variable must be available at the time of activation, even when no user is logged on since it is a system variable. That means it can be up to two weeks off from the actual last logon event! I just tried that number and the prompt gets you through entering all million numbers then says it can't help you and hangs up. No because you only need to buy one license in which to do imaging. Note this is different than Windows client 25 machines. It installs fine with the product key.
I evidently purchased my new computer Dell Inspiron without Microsoft Office. Hi Ted, Great article but my issue is this. Be kind and Mark as Answer if I helped. Ok, are you using a proxy server? Whenever I run the ospp. This is transparent to the end-user. You really don't need to do anything more aboit it. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the.
It is a lightweight service that does not require dedicated resources and can easily be co-hosted on a system that provides other services. Depends on the details of your agreement. I can't speak to the resiliency, robustness, problems with proxy, blah, blah, blah. It barely scratches the surface on the requirements of actually building a complete and useful last logon report that is accurate. You set it and we use it. Be kind and Mark as Answer if I helped. I did not see a cost for the download.
Both have Windows Vista and Office 2010 applications installed. I work for a University and every semester we deploy new images on ~300 computers. Each office has five or fewer portable computers that are isolated from all possible networks or Internet access. Even though the key is set during the install, it does not activate. . The line below added to the config. Would you accept a Design Change Request on the parameters for ospp.